Del. Jed Arnold (R-Marion)

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Party
Republican
District
46: Counties of Grayson, Pulaski (part), Smyth, and Wythe
Took Office
August 2023
Next Election
November 2025
Copatroning Habits
68% of bills he has copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 100% of them are Republicans. Of all of his fellow copatrons of the bills that he copatroned, 56% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
60% in 2024
Recent Mentions in the Media

WJHL-TV News Channel 11: Special Election: Jed Arnold to serve remainder of Del. Jeff Campbell’s term

August 30, 2023 | 3:00 am
  

The Associated Press: Jed Arnold wins special election to fill southwest Virginia House seat

August 30, 2023 | 3:00 am
  

Cardinal News: The five luckiest candidates for the General Assembly this year

August 29, 2023 | 3:00 am
  

Cardinal News: Jed Arnold wins special election to House of Delegates

August 29, 2023 | 3:00 am
  

Virginia Mercury: Virginia lawmaker's promotion to judge triggers unusual special election • Virginia Mercury

August 4, 2023 | 3:00 am
  

Bills

  • HB427: Admission to bail; creates rebuttable presumptions against bail.
  • HB428: DCR authorized to quitclaim and release certain rights in Wythe County.
  • HB429: Elections; form of ballot, party identification of candidates, constitutional offices.
  • HB430: Bail; violation of any pretrial condition of release, report available to counsel of record.
  • HB431: Pro tempore judicial appointments; criminal background checks, financial disclosure.
  • HB432: Jurors; availability of copy of jury panel to counsel.
  • HB433: State legislative districts; how districts numbered.
  • HB434: Inpatient/residential subst. use disorder trtmt.; facilities to prepare & record discharge plan.
  • HB435: Law-enforcement officers; exposure to bodily fluids, petition to the general district court.
  • HB436: Advance directive; revocation of directive upon filing of divorce or annulment of marriage, etc.
  • HB437: Fentanyl; manufacturing, selling, giving, distributing, etc., creates weight-based penalties.
  • HB438: Written complaints; felony offenses to be provided.
  • HB439: Controlled substances; possession unlawful, second or subsequent conviction, mandatory minimum fine.
  • HB1127: Pulaski, Town of; amending charter, municipal elections.
  • HB1214: Civil causes of action; social media platforms, complying with certain requests for information.
  • HJ174: Commending the Chilhowie High School girls' track and field team.
  • HJ175: Commending the George Wythe High School quiz bowl team.
  • HJ176: Commending Blake Hall.
  • HR88: Commending the Marion Senior High School girls' tennis team.
  • HR224: Celebrating the life of William Jesse Choate.